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Recent Match Report - Afghanistan vs Australia, World Cup, 4th match |

the World Cricket League Division Five
the World CupAustralia

Daren Ganga
David Warner
Finch 66
Zampa 3-60
Aaron Finch
Steven Smith
Glenn Maxwell
Mitchell Starc
Mohammad Shahzad
Pat Cummins
Hazratullah Zazai
Najibullah Zadran
Gulbadin Naib
Mujeeb Ur Rahman
Rashid Khan
Hamid Hassan - with
Dawlat Zadran
Rahmat Shah
Adam Zampa
Nathan Coulter-Nile
Marcus Stoinis
the Man of the Match

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Rahmat 43

the British Isles

World Cup

Positivity     42.00%   
   Negativity   58.00%
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(0:58)Australia 209 for 3 (Warner 89*, Finch 66) beat Afghanistan 207 (Najibullah 51, Rahmat 43, Cummins 3-40, Zampa 3-60) by seven wicketsEleven years after winning the World Cricket League Division Five in the British Isles, Afghanistan completed a remarkable turnaround to make it to their second World Cup, also in the UK, but Australia captain Aaron Finch and his fellow opener David Warner rained on their parade, handing them a seven-wicket defeat.In his first international game after serving a one-year ban for his role in the Newlands ball-tampering scandal, Warner was booed when he walked out to open Australia's 208 chase and later when he reached a half-century. Zampa and Cummins, who wound up with three wickets each, cleaned up the tail and set the scene for Warner's match-winning return.While they have a number of potentially dangerous hitters, the worry is Afghanistan won't consistently put up competitive totalsWarner, who was declared the Man of the Match, was tentative at the start of his innings before growing more assuredWith short, straight boundaries to defend in England and wickets more important than economy, expect teams to keep banging the ball inESPNcricinfo's live updates and analysis of Afghanistan v Australia at the World CupAustralia beat Afghanistan by seven wickets after sterling performance by their bowlers followed by half-centuries by the openersTo help make this website better, to improve and personalize your experience and for advertising purposes, are you happy to accept cookies and other technologies?

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